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Old 10-01-2003, 10:40 AM   #36
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my mustang came from the factory with alarm installed is there a way to adjust sensitivity?
i dont believe so... i think stock alarms are just equipped so if someone unlocks the car from the inside, then opens the door without the key, it will go off. Ive seen very very very few stock alarms that have a shock sensor.

Also, white95.... youd be suprised how many people wont actually touch your stuff.

I used to have 2 amps all through high school and always left my seats down and stuff with windows down, and it never got stolen. It was only until i went to college for my first year when someone caused 1600 bucks worth of damage to my car, and stole my cd player and 4 channel amp

after that i got an alarm, and i still leave my windows down lol... i sold my subs and sub amp, but i got a 5 channel alpine amp for all my highs, and bought a JBL sub that i put in there for some extra bass... my system sounds so clean, i love it
<----- cars been broken into 6 times in the last 1 1/2 years causing a total lose of 1500 dollars

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Pssst.... Brent..... thats because you insist on doing all your own wiring
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Pssst.... Brent..... thats because you insist on doing all your own wiring
No its because someone really doesnt like me
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You have pissed off the wiring gods of 3M for not using their products! They have place upon you the curse of Shakazulu-son, the ancient idiot who didnt know what a DC circut was. But, he saw his friends do it, and decided to do it himself, so he can look cool. Only he didnt know that you cant put 12 Volts of power through a 22 gauge wire... and from that point on, his car was forever nicknamed "Wire-Fire".

The only wat to lift this evil curse.... is to get someone who knows how to design a conductive electrical system correctly. Who Knows the difference between a + and - Terminal.
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